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Call for Submissions: The 2014 Sketchbook Project | Colossal

<p>Time is quickly running out to sign up for the 2014 Sketchbook Project, the world’s only crowd-sourced sketchbook library that goes on mobile tours …

Light Painting Evolved: Introducing the Pixelstick | Colossal

<p>Designed by Duncan Frazier and Steve McGuigan of Brookyln-based BitBanger Labs, the Pixelstick is a fancy new gadget for creating long-exposure …

The Cutest Sticky Notes Ever

OK, I love sticky notes. They’re everywhere. On my computer monitor, my desk, my nightstand, boxes, on containers in the fridge, in books… I’m kind …


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Sunrise at the Suritijae Pass of Boeun,... | Robert Koehler Travel Photography

Sunrise at the Suritijae Pass of Boeun, Chungcheongbuk-do.<p>Went with two friends of friends of mine, the wonderful photographers Kim Sung-jin and Kim …

Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPstraightfacades This weekend's Hashtag Project takes its inspiration from a new urban hashtag series catching on in the community: #straightfacades. In this series, Instagrammers take photos of the exterior walls—or facades—of a large building from straight on and crop out the building's edges. This angle results in a geometric, almost abstract photo made entirely out of walls and windows. Now it's your turn. The goal this weekend is to take your own creative facade photo. Some tips to get you started: This project is all about lines and patterns. Take time to make sure your lines are straight, even and parallel with the edges of the frame to master the effect. When possible, try to take your photo from a few floors up in a building across the street. This helps minimize street-level interruptions and lets you fill your frame with the wall you're shooting. Though it may seem like facades don't change, keep an eye on light and shadows. Between light reflecting off glass and shadows cast by windowsills and balconies, there can be a lot of variation throughout the day. Finally, with a strong grid as the basis for your photo, anything that breaks it becomes a focal point. Use this to your advantage as you shoot. PROJECT RULES: Please only add the #WHPstraightfacades hashtag to photos taken over this weekend and only submit your own photographs to the project. Any image taken then tagged over the weekend is eligible to be featured right here Monday morning! Featured photo by @nicanorgarcia


Wine Country in the mist

해운대 미포의 야경 - 부산야경